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Old 10-11-2008, 06:53 PM   #1
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Hi, is there any emulator for the snes with built in macros? Like you enter some command in the macro then while in game you press a button and it does that certain move.
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Old 10-11-2008, 06:56 PM   #2
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zsnes, under under the misc. menu > key comb.
You can define your own key combinations there.
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Old 10-11-2008, 07:00 PM   #3
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lol omg thanks, why haven't i looked there before doh.
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Old 10-11-2008, 07:29 PM   #4
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zsnes, under under the misc. menu > key comb.
You can define your own key combinations there.
Didn't know Zsnes had that. Then again, I never needed macros.

Wait a minute, so you could program a combo in Mortal Kombat, and after that, just press a button to make it, instead of 1 523 435 buttons ?
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Wait a minute, so you could program a combo in Mortal Kombat, and after that, just press a button to make it, instead of 1 523 435 buttons ?
Indeed you could.
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Indeed you could.
Ah, I should try that. Always sucked at fighting games.
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I tried that a while ago but could never quite get it to work satisfactorily. An attack would work sometimes, but usually not at all.
At one point it seemed useful to set a button in Megaman x to have the robot dash and jump at the same time, but often he would just convulse and stay on the ground. In the end I simply mapped a and b to the same key and continued to lose vital street fights.
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I've only used it for Chrono Trigger's L+R+A sequence. (As some keyboard just won't allow many keypresses at once.)
It worked for that.
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I've only used it for Chrono Trigger's L+R+A sequence. (As some keyboard just won't allow many keypresses at once.)
It worked for that.
You have to hold keys ? I though you had to write L-A-R-A. Then again, it's been a while since I last played Chrono Trigger. No wait, you're talking about these computer panels in the future right ? Nevermind.
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